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Simpson Kumar
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Joined: Mar 19, 2008
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I'm trying to update an attribute which contains different values, ex: objectclass, and it contains like top, person, inetOrgPerson, etc..
When I tried to updated, I got the following error

and the code I'm using is

I can update a single attribute successfully, the following is the code

I don't know why I'm failing to get update the objectclass attribute.

Simpson Kumar
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Joined: Mar 19, 2008
Posts: 261
I got the solution..

Actually I missed one attribute which should be a mandatory. I compared the attributes in the LDAP request that fails to the schema.
I came to know there is most likely a must attribute missing, maybe from an inherited object class.

In the above code, earlier I missed to add " objClasses.add("guPerson");", the guPerson attribute value is mandatory.
Now I can modify the results.
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